Healthcare systems, urgent care facilities, surgical centers and nursing homes require the highest level of building envelope security because any disruption in operations could be detrimental to patient health. These structures must be transformed into secure environments that are guaranteed to protect patients and equipment.
Healthcare facilities depend upon fail-proof roofing solutions that offer a number of diverse benefits, including:
FiberTite Roofing Systems are backed with decades of experience roofing the essential facilities that most critically require protected environments, including data centers, food processing facilities and hospitals. Each of these buildings serves a diverse population and has a unique set of complex roofing requirements. Some of these needs include:
Clients include nationally ranked health care systems that have trusted FiberTite to protect their most critical assets time and time again. FiberTite roofing membranes boast impressive track records in harsh environments, such as those requiring resistance to jet fuel and other chemicals. Other healthcare clients have selected FiberTite for its proven ability to provide a comprehensive roofing solution to meet their diverse set of needs.
Read about our successful installs at the Florida Medical Center and Good Samaritan Medical Center.
Because our formulation, engineering and manufacturing are unlike any other system on the market, FiberTite is the go-to system for healthcare facilities. The difference is in our:
Proven fiber reinforcement that is packed into a tight pattern that provides superior puncture and tear resistance.
The world is relying on you to be always on and always ready. And you can rely on FiberTite to keep you running.
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